A British company has created a prototype that is able to stop cars when electromagnetic waves come into contact with it. The prototype known as an RF Safe-Stop is able to use its radio frequency to puzzle the electronic system in the vehicle. This then causes the engine to cut bringing it to a stop. (more…)

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Saturday, September 27th, 2014 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

What to Do when Scrapping a Car

When I scrap my car I often wonder what I could do better, what I should avoid and what I should look for. Over the years I have found that different experiences have altered the way I go about things but as a whole I have discovered that there are some points that go without saying every time.  Below you can see what these are. (more…)

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Thursday, July 17th, 2014 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

Where to Find Classic Car Parts

Finding classic car parts can be a difficult, time consuming and expensive project to carry out. There are however means and ways of doing this on a more low key and inexpensive route.  So if you’re looking for parts to fix up that classic car this year, check out the best places to route around for them. (more…)

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Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

Choosing a Salvaged Car

A salvaged car is generally a car that is no longer road worthy but the parts attached to it are salvageable and usable. (more…)

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Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

Motorbike or Car?

When it comes to deciding on your vehicle of choice the way you make your selection will depend on a number of factors; what you need the vehicle for, how old you are, how far you are likely to go using the vehicle, the time of year you will use the vehicle most and so on and so forth. (more…)

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Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

A Good Driver is Always Prepared

There are certain things you should keep in your car at all times to ensure that you are prepared for any situation, particularly if driving long distances on a regular basis. These will help to ensure that if you do run into difficulty it doesn’t take you too long to get going again. Owner’s Manual; Just about everything you buy these days comes with a manual, and you probably just thought that as you have never used any of the manuals for anything you bought you won’t need the one for your car either, but this probably isn’t the case….

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Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

Scrap or sell? How to find out how much my car is worth

There comes a time in every car’s life when you have to think about saying goodbye. The big question is: ‘Should I scrap or should I sell my car?’ (more…)

Friday, March 28th, 2014 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

Cars of the Future…

Say hello to the cars of the future; they may be coming sooner than you first thought. (more…)

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Wednesday, February 5th, 2014 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

Making Money From Parts Off Your Scrap Car

Thursday, January 9th, 2014 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

One Car isn’t Enough

Households in Britain appear to be growing in size when it comes to the amount of cars there are per family. (more…)

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Tuesday, December 24th, 2013 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

The Most Popular Cars in the UK

In which direction does the UK lean when it comes to purchasing a car? What is popular, what is favoured? There are a few things to look at when it comes to cars; the manufacturer, the model and the colour. These are factors we all look at and consider, often at length, when purchasing a car and with the sale of vehicles rising dramatically over the last year it is no surprise that the data has indicated a number of top favourites. Manufacturer; The vehicle manufacturer can be an important factor in the purchase of a vehicle, there are some we…

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Tuesday, December 17th, 2013 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

Keeping the Cost of Repairs Down

As a car owner you will have realised that nothing is cheap anymore especially when it comes to lengthy repairs. (more…)

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Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

How to Buy a Used Car

Are you looking to buy a car but don’t want to break the bank when doing so, then take a look at these points from where you should look at buying, when you find a car you like at a great price how you can check its mechanically sound. First thing is first, what type of car do you want a hatchback, saloon, family vehicle, sports car. What size engine do you want, small and economic or big and beefy. You can search online for the exact type of car that you want because most websites have search boxes with…

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Thursday, October 10th, 2013 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

Nissan Promises Self-driving Cars by 2020

The car giant Nissan has put out a statement saying that it is going to be releasing a car that will drive itself by the year 2020 which puts other car manufacturers in a spin to get their plans sorted in-case they need to compete, including industry newcomers such as Google that will be entering in the motor industry. This inspired new commitment has put the Japanese car makers in front of the giant race to bring new pieces of technology to the roads, however they still need think about the regulations and legal implications. Things like will they have…

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Thursday, October 10th, 2013 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments

Good News for the Car Industry

When it comes to the British economy there has not been a great deal of good news in recent months. (more…)

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Monday, September 9th, 2013 by Katy Quinn About Us No Comments